Shortly after Michael’s cancer diagnosis, financial worries began to burden his family. Working with a free financial planner relieved some of the stress.
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Cancer has devastating physical, emotional, and mental side effects, but it also spreads to wallets and savings accounts with little mercy.
Family Reach’s pro-bono financial planners help patients and caregivers with money management during cancer treatment.
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